After it ran over a civilian in Ma’bada countryside a few days ago, Turkish patrol shoots civilians in Ayn al-Arab countryside (Kobani) kills and injures 9 of them • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After it ran over a civilian in Ma’bada countryside a few days ago, Turkish patrol shoots civilians in Ayn al-Arab countryside (Kobani) kills and injures 9 of them

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that 9 people were killed and injured by bullets of members of the Turkish patrol, which was roaming with the Russian military patrol in the countryside of Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) city, and according to the Syrian Observatory’s information, members of the Turkish patrol opened fire on the residents who were throwing stones and shoes at the joint patrol, as an expression of their displeasure with the Russian – Turkish agreement, and the Syrian Observatory just published that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a new Russian – Turkish patrol in the Syrian north, where the 5th patrol of its kind under the “Putin – Erdogan” agreement began on Tuesday morning, and is now roaming Ayn al-Arab countryside (Kobani), and the Syrian Observatory published yesterday that the Turkish Forces and their Russian counterpart ended the 4th joint patrol in the areas north and northeast of Syria, where the new patrol roamed today the southern and southwestern countryside of al-Darbasiyah in the villages of Turat, Terbeh, Karakand, Barkfra, al-Ghannamiyyah, al-Qermaniyyeh, Salam Alik and other villages, after that they returned to the starting point in Shirik then to the Turkish territory, and sources of the Syrian Observatory reported that residents of the villages where the patrol roamed threw stones, rotten vegetables, and shoes, in a scene repeated with the roam of joint patrols as an expression by the citizens for their rejection of the Russian – Turkish agreement.

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